Seven one-week summer camps for boys and girls ages 6 - 12
Drop off: 7:30-8:30am Pick up: 5:30-6:00pm
Location: Taylor Hall, Parking Lot A (corner of Tucker and Forsyth Roads)
Cost per week: $250, includes a light breakfast and a full lunch
Attend all seven weeks for $1,575
Playing is how children enter a subject and make it their own. This guiding principal will be at the heart of each week’s content. The overall theme for our camp is learning through play. Each week campers will be tinkering and playing within various themes. The inclusion of interactive tablets and app-based technology on a weekly basis will allow campers to apply newly learned skills in fun and innovative ways. Campers who register for the full summer will get to keep the interactive tablet as their own. You don’t want to miss these unique learning opportunities!
The camp operates on a positive house-based model where each participant will become part of a caring and supportive group of peers all driven to achieve positive goals and bond under a common theme. Weekly team building experiences will create powerful connections to help promote positive self-esteem and participation. Daily classes in physical education, technology, art, and theatre will develop gross and fine motor skills in conjunction with the weekly academic themes and lessons.
Weekly focus/content of instructional blocks:
Select the one-week experience (or as many as you like) that you think your child would enjoy or send them for all seven weeks. Full summer campers will receive an app-based coding mini-robot to keep at the end of the summer.
Please note… There will be a one-week break during the Fourth of July holiday week.
From Battleship to Operation, Kid’s College will bring board games to life this summer and merge them with STEM-based maker projects. In exciting weekly themes, campers will rotate through a variety of physical, artistic, technological, and musical classes focusing on character education and leadership skills. New this year…drum line skills!
Week I: (June 5-9) Battleship – buoyancy with constructed boats
Week II: (June 12-16) Operation – circuitry and electricity with Makey-Makeys
Week III: (June 19-23) Candyland – physical/chemical changes with sweet treats
Week IV: (June 26-30) Jenga– architecture and balance with towers and structures
***NO CAMP JULY 4th WEEK***
Week V: (July 10-14) Chutes and Ladders – aerodynamics with kites, paper planes, and parachutes
Week VI: (July 17-21) Chess and Checkers – logic and coding with apps and robots
Week VII: (July 24-28) Clue – UNMaking with deconstructing
Admittance is limited, so to register your child's spot now. For more information, contact Mariana Furlin: (478) 757-5117 (8:30-10:30am), (478) 757-5259 (11-5pm), or email@example.com.
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